With Dak Down, Cooper Rush Passes Cowboys Past Vikings 20-16
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Cooper Rush subbed for the injured Dak Prescott and passed for 325 yards and two second-half touchdowns, the last a 5-yarder to Amari Cooper with 51 seconds left in the Dallas Cowboys’ 20-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.
Rush connected on the go-ahead throw to Amari Cooper with 51 seconds left to beat the Minnesota Vikings 20-16. The Cowboys improved to 6-1. The Vikings fell to 3-4.
Rush overcame two turnovers to slice up the Minnesota secondary in his first NFL start. He was handed the offense when Prescott was shelved in a game-time decision due to a strained right calf muscle.
Kirk Cousins and the Vikings offense struggled most of the night.
The Vikings face the Ravens this Sunday in Baltimore.
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